Himachal Tourism

Sunday, 10 April 2016

Mandi is as well recognized as “Chotti Kashi” .

Mandi Hiamcahl Pardesh.

Mandi Himachal Paredsh.Mandi is as well recognized as “Chotti Kashi” owing to its resemblance with Varanasi in admiration of Ghats on the bank of Beas River and temples of Lord Shiva near the Ghats. The place is frequently describe as educational principal of Himachal Pradesh due to its wealthy way of life, traditions and temple architectural inheritance. In very old times Mandi was not only a commerce centre on the old silk route to Tibet but also a centre for educational swap. Mandi, the house of Baba Bhoot Nath, was identified as Mandavya Nagari as Mandav Rishi mediated on a astound, recognized as Kolsara, in  the Beas river. The well-known International Shivratri Fair is famous every year throughout months of February/March. Dieties from dissimilar corner of the region multitude this city throughout the fair. public of Mandi are recognized for their energy and separate existence way entrenched  in confidence and civilization. There are many temples  in Mandi Town like Triloki Nath Temple at Purani Mandi, Raja Madhav Temple in DC Office Complex, Bhoot Nath Temple at well-known Chouhata Bazar, Tarna Shayamkali Temple on Tarna Hills overlooking Mandi Town, Panchvaktra Mahadev Temple on the flowing together of Suketi and Beas River, Ardhanareshwar Temple at Samkhetar Street, Bhimakali Temple at Bheuli. In adding many additional temples  of archaeological and spiritual significance can be visited. Past Ghantaghar, Indira Market, Victoria viaduct and Gurudwara are other well-known places of attention in the city. It is a bottom site to visit traveler seats such as Prashar, Barot, Joginder Nagar, Kamlah Fort, Shikari Devi, Kamrunag, etc.


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